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Jumièges Abbey in Normandy, France.  Founded by Clovis II and Balthild in 654.

Jumièges Abbey in Normandy, France. Founded by Clovis II and Balthild in 654.

Château de Gratot - Manche - Basse Normandie - ruines

Château de Gratot - Manche - Basse Normandie - ruines

La forteresse de Largoët, également connue sous le nom de tours d’Elven, est un site médiéval situé à Elven, dans le Morbihan,Bretagne ,France

La forteresse de Largoët, également connue sous le nom de tours d’Elven, est un site médiéval situé à Elven, dans le Morbihan,Bretagne ,France

Exterior view of apse from Abbaye aux Dames    Location: Caen, France    c. 11th century

Exterior view of apse from Abbaye aux Dames Location: Caen, France c. 11th century

Many historians commonly associate the term “Viking” to the Scandinavian term vikingr, a word for “pirate.” However, the term is meant to reference oversea expeditions, and was used as a verb by the Scandinavian people for when the men traditionally took time out of their summers to go “a Viking.” While many would believe these expeditions entailed the raiding of monasteries and cities along the coast, many expeditions were actually with the goal of trade and enlisting as foreign…

Many historians commonly associate the term “Viking” to the Scandinavian term vikingr, a word for “pirate.” However, the term is meant to reference oversea expeditions, and was used as a verb by the Scandinavian people for when the men traditionally took time out of their summers to go “a Viking.” While many would believe these expeditions entailed the raiding of monasteries and cities along the coast, many expeditions were actually with the goal of trade and enlisting as foreign…

Jumièges Abbey in Normandy is one of the most beautiful, romantic and outstanding ruins in France. It’s just west of Rouen in a bend of the Lower Seine, in the tiny village of Jumieges. Once one of the great Benedictine abbeys of France, Jumièges was founded in 654 by Saint Philibert and within 50 years housed 700 monks and 1,500 lay brothers.

Jumièges Abbey in Normandy is one of the most beautiful, romantic and outstanding ruins in France. It’s just west of Rouen in a bend of the Lower Seine, in the tiny village of Jumieges. Once one of the great Benedictine abbeys of France, Jumièges was founded in 654 by Saint Philibert and within 50 years housed 700 monks and 1,500 lay brothers.

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Le attività che calmano i bambini: piccoli spunti e idee | Portale Bambini

Le attività che calmano i bambini: piccoli spunti e idee | Portale Bambini

Metodo Steiner e Montessori a confronto: i due approcci pedagogici spiegati in 21 punti - Nostrofiglio.it

Metodo Steiner e Montessori a confronto: i due approcci pedagogici spiegati in 21 punti - Nostrofiglio.it

Emotions sugli umori :D

Emotions sugli umori :D